20 December, 2014

Sustaining & Enhancing Forests Through Traditional Resource Management (VOLUME 2)

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TFM Volume 2
 
These case studies reveal the secrets of indigenous peoples in protecting, conserving and managing their forestlands.The findings, conclusions and recommendations all point to one thing—policy makers and development planners need to rethink or reorient their mindsets and framework towards forest management.
 
 
Contents
 
Tenure Security of the Baka Pygmies: Incentivizing Participation in Forest Conservation & REDD Plus 
By Gabriel Bachange Enchaw & Ibrahim Njobdi
 
The Yanesha Peoples’ Forest & Natural Resource Management
By Chirapaq (Centro de Culturas Indigenas del Perú)
 
The Community of Santiago, Malacatepec & its Relationship with the Forest
By Neftalí Diego Aquino with the collaboration of Regino Montes, Benito Sandoval Mónico & Aureliano Matías Reyes
 
Revitalizing Customary Governance & Strengthening Traditional Knowledge on Natural Resource Management in Nepal
By Pasang Dolma Sherpa, Gelu Sherpa, Khim Ghale, Kunshang Lama, and Dr. Pasang Sherpa
 
Protecting the Forest: Learning from the Agawa Women of Besao, Mt. Province
By Wilfredo V. Alangui & Myra Christine C. Caguioa
 
Reclaiming Traditional Forest Management Practices: The Binh Son Village Experience
By Vu Thi Hien, Nguyen Thi Tuyet, Nguyen Xuan Giap, Nguyen Hong Xa, and Pham Thanh Cuong
 
 
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